Developing Android application for couples messaging
Teo, Rachel Yu Ting
Date of Issue2015
School of Computer Engineering
Divorce and annulment rates have been on an increasing trend and lack of communication is a prevailing cause. With the evolution of social media and advancements in technology, people are distracted and tend to lead a “virtual life” instead on focusing on physical human relationships with one another, especially their partner. However, the author believes that technology is a double-edged sword which can be used help couples forge a stronger relationship. Therefore, the author is proposing an Android application where couples can use to build a virtual life together, with the main focus on text messaging. This application will include two key features. Firstly, periodic reminders to remind the user to communicate with his/her partner. Secondly, a sentiment score of each message will be computed to allow partners to understand each other better and reduce chances of misunderstandings. With every application comes the need for a good user interface. In this report, the author will be elaborating more about the design concept for this application.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Software::Operating systems
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University